How to Write Proposals and Reports that Get Results Master the Skills of Business Writing
Edition: 1999 (Revised)
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Whether it's producing monthly reports, research reports or new business proposals for customers, as a manager you will need to be able to write these quickly and effectively. Despite this, most of us are never formally toaught how to write them - it's just assumed that we'll know. Learning to write reports and proposals in a professional way will gain both you and your company numerous benefits. As an individual your ideas will be better understood and absorbed more quickly. For your company, a good report or proposal will create a better impression of the organisation, be persuasive as a sales pitch and consequently be more likely to win you business. Once you've mastered the basics, each new report you write will be easier, saving you both time and effort - putting you in a position where the best projects come your way.
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Pearson Education, Limited
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
|Introduction. Why do we need proposals and reports? What's in it for me?|
|Collecting the information|
|Structure 1: Proposals|
|Structure 11: Reports|
|The power of persuasion|
|Suing plain English 1: Style|
|Using plain English 11: Mechanics|
|Making it look readable|
|Topping and tailing|